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January transfer action and rumours

Hastings

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Notts County boss responds to transfer speculation of star player linked to Blackpool, Blackburn Rovers, Lincoln City and others
Blackpool have been linked with the forward, who is also said to be interesting the likes of Blackburn Rovers, Lincoln City and Rotherham United.
According to the Nottingham Post, Lincoln and Rotherham sent key staff members to watch the Portuguese player during their FA Cup replay against Rochdale last night.

Lincoln's head of football Jez George and Rotherham's head of recruitment Rob Scott were both in the stands at Meadow Lane, as Rochdale ran out 2-1 winners.
Portsmouth manager Danny Cowley and Mansfield boss Nigel Clough were also in attendance.
When asked if he was concerned whether offers may come in for Rodrigues in January, Burchnall told the Nottingham Post: “There might be, but they're our players.
The 25-year-old made the move to England from Dutch side Den Bosch in August 2020 and helped the Magpies reach the play-offs last season.
 
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Blackpool are eyeing a permanent move for on-loan Crewe Alexandra attacker Owen Dale this January.
After speculation linking the player with a move to Sunderland during the summer window, Dale signed for the Seasiders in the Championship.
Now, Football League World are claiming that Blackpool are now keen to make that deal permanent after Dale proved his fitness to Blackpool boss Neil Critchley.
The 23-years-old has been in and out of Blackpool’s side so far this campaign but featured off of the bench for the Tangerines in their draw with West Bromwich Albion on Tuesday night in the Championship
 
#4
Blackpool are eyeing a permanent move for on-loan Crewe Alexandra attacker Owen Dale this January.
After speculation linking the player with a move to Sunderland during the summer window, Dale signed for the Seasiders in the Championship.
Now, Football League World are claiming that Blackpool are now keen to make that deal permanent after Dale proved his fitness to Blackpool boss Neil Critchley.
The 23-years-old has been in and out of Blackpool’s side so far this campaign but featured off of the bench for the Tangerines in their draw with West Bromwich Albion on Tuesday night in the Championship
Don’t know at the moment if I’d be paying £500k for him, just haven’t seen enough yet. I suspect we’ll do it, almost as a courtesy now that he’s got himself fit (given that’s the only reason it was a loan to begin with).
 

Hastings

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#5
Does feel like a commitment. Thought he did well agai nst WBA defensively, but that's not what we brought him in for. Did week against Reading Attacking but the other have he ca. W on I didn't understand what he was trying to do and showed no attacking intent
 

bfcpete

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#8
I thought they had already agreed a fee of £500k for him in the summer and just need confirmation his foot issue had been cleared prior to confirming as permanent in January? I think Crewe originally wanted at least £1m for him
 

Hastings

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#9
I think that's right Pete.

I thought he was good at Reading when he came on and scoring endorses that. I think £500k is a lot of money. It would probably make him our 4th or 5th highest signing of all time